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The Importance of Data Cabling for Corporate Phone Systems

By: Scott Resnick


The Importance of Data Cabling for Corporate Phone Systems

In the world of personal smartphones, travel-friendly laptops, and the bring-your-own-device workplace, what advantages does a localized data-cabling system confer on today’s companies. The answer is simple: The right internal data-cabling system can end up being the lifeblood your company.
Keep reading to learn some important reasons why a company-wide data system often offers worthwhile benefits for any successful organization.

1. Everything in One Place

Let’s start with a simple yet fundamental reason that localized data cabling can be so helpful: singularity. Not only is it helpful to have a business phone or “work computer” rather than a personal device to reduce clutter, but an internal cabling network also provides local support. This means any problems can be isolated internally, there is a central connection hub, and organization is standardized and logical. Put simply, internal data cabling significantly decreases any potential headaches.

2. Cleaner and More Dependable

Just because your data cabling is simple doesn’t mean it’s simple-minded. In fact, localized cable systems often result in smart and thoughtfully segregated lines of communication. In layman’s terms, this reduces bandwidth competition among video networks, phone calls, and other lines of communication. Further, these systems can also be designed to meet the specific needs of each department in your company. In this way, simple can sometimes mean wonderfully complex

3. Extra Speed

As mentioned, the dynamic network facilitated by internal data cabling frees up more bandwidth for various lines of communication and promotes ease of use by separate departments. In turn, this means a faster internet connection for everyone. Internal cabling networks have the ability to run 5e cables. Some even reach up to 6A, the fastest, which translates into 10 gigabits per second. This kind of speed is increasingly useful in a world that demands ever-quicker customer service and response time. If you’re looking for a fast and reliable connection, opting for localized data cabling is a key step to take.

4. Growth on the Horizon

Opportunity for growth is perhaps the most exciting aspect of centralized data cabling. As technology gets better by the day, so do our devices. This often necessitates upgrading connections and devices to keep up with the competition. A centralized data hub allows users to have an easier and quicker time connecting with their additional phones, laptops, tablets, and more. Further, necessary upgrades or alterations to your network become much easier and more uniform.

Whether it’s less clutter, faster speed, the ability to upgrade, or simply fewer headaches for you and your company, it’s worth looking into the benefits of internal data cabling. Your employees and IT team will thank you.

Published: April 18, 2018

Source: TTI Houston

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Scott Resnick

Scott Resnick is the President and Owner of Today's Telecommunications Industries, LLC (TTI) in Houston, TX. For the past 39 years, Scott has been instrumental in serving the telecommunications needs of some of Houston's largest and most influential companies. TTI is one of the largest NEC dealers in the United States. Scott is an avid baseball fan, loving father, husband, and a world traveler.

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